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How to Take Care of Your Suede Shoes in The Best Way

Suede shoes are made of fine materials that are a bit more sensitive, so they should be taken care of with care. Impregnate your shoes even before you start using them to give them better protection against dirt and moisture.

Suede shoes are made of fine materials that are a bit more sensitive, so they should be taken care of with care. Impregnate your shoes even before you start using them to give them better protection against dirt and moisture.

STEP 1 CLEAN

Option 1 Abrasives: Here you use special products such as abrasive blocks and specially developed detergents adapted for the specific material. The grinding pad can either be used directly on the material to grind/erase stains. Alternatively, you crumble a bit and rough up the material. Then brush off the remnants of the shoe with a shoe brush.

Option 2 Cleaner: Use a water-based cleaner for all materials that remove stains and extend the life of the shoe. Shake the bottle. Wipe shoes with a damp cloth, avoid soaking. Pump out foam on a damp cloth and clean the shoe. Remove any cleaning residue with a damp cloth or sponge. Allow to dry naturally. Restore the suede & nubuck surface with a suede brush. Always test on a hidden surface first.

STEP 2 CARE

To care for and build up the material, a special conditioner is used which is suitable for suede and nubuck. It nurtures, restores, and extends the life of the shoe. First, clean the surface. Shake the bottle and apply an even layer of circular motions. Let dry. Brushed surface with a suede brush. Always test on a hidden surface first.

Use conditioner on suede and nubuck once a week to prevent the pigment/color from getting worse. (Remember to always clean your shoes before taking care of them).

STEP 3 PROTECT

Impregnation without fluorocarbons. It provides protection against rain, snow, dirt, and stains without impairing the shoe’s breathability. For smooth leather, suede, nubuck, and textiles. Spray even layer on a clean and dry surface from a distance of 15 cm. Avoid soaking.

Have a habit of regularly taking care of your suede shoes.

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